Oxfam suggests a Learn-Think-Act process to help structure global citizenship activities, and give young people the opportunity to learn about issues, think critically about how to solve them and act as a responsible global citizen.
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Global citizenship is not an additional subject - it is an ethos. It can best be implemented through a whole-school approach, involving everyone from pupils themselves to the wider community.
It can also be promoted in class through teaching the existing curriculum in a way that highlights aspects such as social justice, the appreciation of diversity and the importance of sustainable development.
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